Get involved

Every minute of every day, around the world, millions of animals are suffering. They urgently need our help.

Our organisation has been protecting animals for more than 50 years. We move governments, global companies, organisations and people to use their power to end animal cruelty.

Join our growing community of 70,000 active supporters in the UK, and many more around the world, and help our campaigns for animals make an impact. Together, we can influence governments, businesses and our friends and families to join us in making choices to protect animals.

Animal welfare matters to you

Your voice and your actions can help us:

  • Support our animal sanctuaries throughout the world
  • Care for wild animals recovering from cruelty and abuse
  • Support our work influencing decision-makers
  • Move businesses to stop animals suffering across their supply chain

Get Involved

You could help protect animals today by donating – either by setting up a regular gift or making a one-off donation. You could Adopt a Bear or run and fundraising event or even a marathon for us! You can also take action to support our campaigns.

A bear climbing a forest tree
Join our Weekly Lottery and you could scoop the £25,000 honeypot! You'll also be protecting bears and other animals in desperate need.
An illustration of a bear sitting on a sofa
Have you got room for a rescue bear? You don't need a big house. Just a big heart. Give a bear a forever home from just £1 a week.
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Help protect animals by setting up a monthly gift or giving a one-off donation.
A woman with a World Animal Protection chatting to a man she's running next to
Challenge yourself, have fun and get fit while raising money for animals.
Derek and Lynda are leaving a gift to World Animal Protection in their Will
There is no better way of continuing your lifetime commitment to protecting animals than remembering them in your Will.
RWG Tiger
Simple ways to raise money for animals while you shop online.
A macaque at a market in Jakarta, Indonesia. Photographer Reference: Aaron Gekoski
We are demanding the UK Government calls for a global wildlife trade ban at the upcoming G20 meeting of world leaders.